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Copiapó Valley

Enjoy the important natural attractions around Copiapó, a tranquil city with a mining background.

Dive into the turquoise waters of Bahía Inglesa or La Virgen beaches. And to the north, discover the Pan de Azúcar National Park, full of life thanks to the camanchaca (a mist that comes off the ocean), and home to several interesting wild animals.

Another natural wonder you can’t miss is the Nevado Tres Cruces National Park and the trips to Verde, Santa Rosa and Negro Francisco Lagoons. If you like mountaineering and you have good training, the Ojos del Salado Volcano is your best challenge.

When the “El niño” phenomena makes it rain in the middle of the desert, a wildflower field takes over the northern area of Copiapó with some very rare flower species. Welcome to the flowered desert!

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Discover the attractions of Copiapó Valley

Pan de Azúcar National Park

Come and visit this place located 800 meters above sea level, which is full of life thanks to the thick mist that rises up from the ocean as soon as the sun sets. There are cacti and small bushes growing[...]

Ojos del Salado Volcano

Don't miss out on the opportunity of feeling you can touch the sky with your hands. Visit the world's highest volcano and be amazed by its 6,000 meters. Test your abilities and go mountaineering as they guarantee that this is[...]

Adventure and Sports
Hot Springs and Well-being

La Serena and Coquimbo

Enjoy the magic of the desert climate in the north and the closeness of the fertile land of the central valley, where grapes are grown to produce amazing wines and piscos, all around the towns of La Serena and Coquimbo.[...]

Alto El Loa

Are you looking for a place where tradition and daily life merge with history? The Alto El Loa heritage route does this and so much more. Visit this green valley, bursting with life where the river´s waters are colorful, there[...]


If you know how to enjoy life and leisure is one of your favorite sins, Iquique will steal your heart. Set right by the ocean, among palm trees and tall buildings, taking a ride down the promenade in an open-top[...]


Here in Antofagasta there is a mix of stories about mining towns in the middle of the desert. The city awaits you with clear starry skies and beaches that are perfect for the family and sports. Travel through history, exploring[...]


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Sometimes a new day is all you need for a new perspective. Sometimes though, you have to be a bit more intentional about clearing your mind.


Desierto de Atacama. Fotografía de @mygobe


@Wanderlust Chloe

As I set my alarm for 4am, and rolled over in Hostel Desert – our cute little base in San Pedro de Atacama, I felt excited for the next day’s events. Over the past year or so of travel blogging I’d visited Costa Rican waterfalls, Guatemalan volcanoes, Mayan ruins, medieval Croatian cities and been swimming in several oceans, lakes and rivers. Up until now though, I’d never seen a geyser. In fact, I didn’t really know what a geyser was.


if you think my hands are full, you should see my heart ♥ gratitude.

Desierto Florido


Atacama is surprising. It looks like it has more surprises for me than I could ever expect. I heard about the phenomenon of desierto florido


@Macca Sherifi

Taking a tour of the Altiplanic lagoons in the Atacama Highlands